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super sonic sound scape shoes
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“super sonic sound scape shoes”

                             in Toronto, Canada, 2008       (the  residence project:   “tactile sonic portrait Toronto”,  (read more)          Ricardo Huisman   interview Written by:  Amanda Connon-Unda http://www.beatportal.com/feed/item/super-sonic-sound-scape-shoes-by-ricardo-huisman/ As part of the SoundaXis ‘08 festival of new music, texture, and material in Toronto, I … Continue reading

super sonic sound scape shoes in Taxandria museum
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little girl with “super sonic sound scape shoes”

  2011   Children sound festival:  “Storm op Komst”                 Taxandria Museum, Neerpelt,  Belgium                          (read more about the presentation in the Taxandria Museum) With thanks to  curator  Eveline Heylen,  (Musica BE)

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“tactile sonic portrait Toronto”

2008  On invitation of Darren Copeland and Nadene Theriault Copeland the                  New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA), Canada white space I  presented:  “super sonic sound scape shoes”  (link to interview)       in the project:  … Continue reading

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“Inside Knowledge” conference

 Project    “super sonic sound scape shoes” during   “Inside Knowledge” conference, ASCA       (Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam) ASCA International Workshop Inside Knowledge: (Un)doing Methodologies, Imagining Alternatives, March 28-30-2007, on invitation of Pieter Verstraete. The red woollen “super … Continue reading

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“Music Space and Architecture”

Exhibition in ARCAM  (Architecture Centre Amsterdam) 2010  I presented the “super sonic sound scape shoes” with a collection of touch soundscape compositions in the context of the “Music Space Architecture”- exhibition in ARCAM: Curator Lieselore Maes: “In these compositions architectural … Continue reading

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Sense festival and Sencity

Presenting “tactile sonic sculptures” on festivals for deaf, hearing disabled and hearing people: Sense festival and Sencity. People with hearing disabilities and deaf people also have their own “multi sensorial hearing perspective” based on the vibrations they can feel through the body, … Continue reading